- At the spring 2011 meeting of the Centre’s Advisory Council the following Fellowships and Grants were awarded:
- Malcolm Baker, to prepare his book The Marble Index: Roubiliac and Sculptural Portraiture in Eighteenth-Century Britain.
- Louise Campbell, to prepare her book Studio lives: artists, studios and houses in twentieth-century Britain.
- Andrew Moore,to prepare his book Thomas Coke's Grand Tour & Holkham: A Cultural Impact Assessment of an early European tour 1712-18.
- Sylvia Shorto, to prepare her book Public Lives, Private Places: British Houses in Late Mughal Delhi.
- Lydia M. Soo, to prepare her book The Places and Spaces of Architectural Discourse in Restoration London.
- Julian Stallabrass, to prepare his book The War of Images in the Digital Age.
- Nicholas Temple, for research in Rome on Sir William Chambers' Grand Tour: Reconciling Orientalism and Classicism.
- Vanessa Alayrac-Fielding, to prepare her book From Chinamania to Englishness: China, chinoiserie and the Fashioning of English Culture 1688-1800.
- John Munns, to prepare his book The Cross of Christ and Anglo-Norman Religious Imagination.
- Kate Nichols, to prepare her book Greece and Rome at the Crystal Palace. Classical Sculpture and Modern Britain, 1854-1936.
- Samuel Shaw, to prepare his book William Rothenstein: Identity, Influence and the British Art World c.1800-1920.
- Chiara Teolato, to prepare her book Seriality after the Antique: decorative Roman bronzes (1760-1800).
- Matthew Walker, to prepare his book Genus Architectus: The Architect in England, 1650-1700.
- Anna Arabindan-Kesson, to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis Threads of Empire: Art and the Cotton Trade in the Indian and Atlantic Ocean Worlds 1780-1900.
- Esther Chadwick, to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis The Radical Print.
- Eleanor Dew, to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis Between Britain and the USA: Lenygon & Morant (1904-1943), Transatlantic Dealers and Interior Decorators.
- Miranda Routh, to conduct research in the United Kingdom for her doctoral thesis The Idea of the Renaissance in British Architecture, 1750-1890.
Educational Programme Grants
- The Holburne Museum, grant towards a study day, 14 November 2011, Gainsborough's Landscapes: Themes and Variations.
- University of Lincoln, grant towards a two-day symposium, 5-6 November 2011, Architecture as Cosmology: Lincoln Cathedral and Bishop Robert Grosseteste (1235-53).
- University of York, grant towards a one-day symposium, 15 June 2011, 'What is to become of the Crystal Palace?’: the Crystal Palace after the Great Exhibition.
Research Support Grants
- Catherine Attkisson, for research in the United Kingdom on Romantic Frames of Mind, or Vision's Role in Sympathetic Knowledge in the Long Nineteenth Century.
- John Bonehill,for research in the United Kingdom on Estate Portraiture and the Landscape Arts in Britain, c.1660-1760s.
- Oliver Bradbury, for research in the United Kingdom and United States on A Forgotten Legacy: from Benjamin Henry Latrobe to Philip Johnson, Sir John Soane's influence on architecture, 1800-1975.
- Mirjam Brusius, for research in the United Kingdom on Preserving the Forgotten. William Henry Fox Talbot, Photography and the Antique.
- Christine Casey, for research in the United Kingdom on Ornament and architecture: architects, stuccatori, and the eighteenth-century interior.
- Gul Cephanecigil, for research in the United Kingdom on William James Smith: A British Architect in the 19th Century Architecture of Istanbul.
- Betsy Chunko, for research in the United Kingdom on Peasant Iconography on Late-Medieval English Misericords.
- Susanne Cowan, for research in the United Kingdom on Eulogies to Fallen Monuments: British Architectural Criticism and the Mourning of Buildings Damaged in World War II.
- Veronika Decker, for research in the United Kingdom on The art patronage of William of Wykeham, Bishop of Winchester (1367-1404).
- Charles Ellis, for research in the United Kingdom on The Florentine sojourn of George Nassau Clavering, 3rd Earl Cowper (1738-1789).
- Julie Farguson, for research in Denmark on Prince George of Denmark as Artistic Patron: the Influence of 17th century Danish Art and Court Culture on English Royal Portraiture, 1683-1708.
- Gemma Field, for research in the United Kingdom on Up Close and Personal: A Critical Examination of Portraits of Women at the Caroline Court by Sir Anthony van Dyck in Collections and Institutions throughout England.
- Romana Filzmoser, for research on Hurenbilder. Phänomenologie eines Motivs in der Grafik des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts (Images of Whores. Phenomenology of a motif in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century prints).
- Anuradha Gobin, for research in Europe on Public Punishment, Medicine and the City: Representations of Execution, Dissection and Burial Spaces in the Seventeenth Century.
- Giovanna Guidicini, for research on Scotland Triumphant: staging triumphal ceremonies in Scotland 1503-1633.
- Matthew Hunter, for research in the United Kingdom on Joshua Reynolds’s Liquid Intelligence.
- Amanda Lahikainen, for research in the United Kingdom on Eighteenth-century British Skits: Satire, Representation and the Politicization of Paper Currency.
- Arlene Leis, for research in the United States on Sarah Sophia Banks: Femininity, Sociability and the Practice of Collecting in late Georgian England.
- Kate Lowry, for research in the United Kingdom on Oil paintings in UK collections attributed to Richard Wilson.
- Liz McFarland, for research in Ireland on Poor Containers Improved: The Evolution of Irish Workhouse Design.
- Susanna Pasquali, for research in the United Kingdom on British Commissions for Italian architects: opportunities for Giacomo Quarenghi, Mario Asprucci and Vincenzo Balestra.
- Emma Peacocke, for research in the United Kingdom on British Romanticism and the Emergence of the Public Museum.
- Caroline Pegum, for research in Great Britain and Ireland on Charles Jervas (c.1675-1739), Principal Painter to Kings George I and II.
- Brooke Permenter, for research in the United Kingdom on Fifteenth-century manuscripts and incunabula of the "Fortress of Faith" (Fortalitium fidei).
- Sonia de Puineuf, for research in the United Kingdom on Archigram: graphic translation of the architectural and urban project.
- James Rothwell, for research in the United Kingdom on The Silver Collection at Ickworth House, Suffolk.
- Rebecca Shields, for research in the United Kingdom on The Space Between: Politics and Urban Development in Seventeenth-Century London.
- Abbie Sprague, for research in the United Kingdom on The Craftsman's Club: Collaboration, Camaraderie, and the Birmingham Arts and Crafts Movement.
- Lindsay Stainton, for research in the United States on Gainsborough's Subject Pictures; and his copies after the Old Masters.
- Lyrica Taylor, for research in the United Kingdom on Winifred Knights and Interwar British Modernism, 1915-1947.